Ask SWC: What Is Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager?
Today, I want to talk to you about Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager, a scalable and cost-effective solution used to backup, replicate and restore the critical data in your infrastructure. Watch my latest “Ask SWC” video to learn more.
Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Data Protection Manager or DPM is specifically designed to protect and backup your critical Microsoft workloads, such as Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Microsoft Hyper-V or virtualization solution and file servers. In today’s fast paced IT environment, you can have all of the redundancy in the world built into your infrastructure – multiple firewalls, redundant switch core stacks, redundant ISP links and redundant servers, but still lack the ability to protect your data against corruption or loss. Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager gives your team the tools to backup and replicate your data every 15 minutes to disk, tape and/or offsite data warehouse locations such as Windows Azure or the SWC Recovery Cloud. This provides you with the assurance that no matter what the situation, you will be able to protect and safeguard the critical data in your infrastructure. Additionally, Data Protection Manager provides IT departments with the tools necessary to design, implement and maintain a solid Disaster Recovery Plan.
Microsoft System Center 2012 R2’s newest release of Data Protection Manager provides enhancements and new features for Windows Azure Backup, SQL Server cluster support and deploying the solution in a virtual environment. If you’re looking for a strong solution for back up, replication and restoration of all of the data in your infrastructure, contact us to learn more about what Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager has to offer your organization.
For more information on how SWC can help you design, implement and support Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 and Data Protection Manager, please join us for our next informative Microsoft System Center event or follow Brad Ellison on LinkedIn
Additional Microsoft System Center Posts
If you enjoyed this post from Brad, check out a few of our related posts on Microsoft System Center:
Better Together: Microsoft System Center and Windows Server 2012 R2
One System Center To Rule Them All
Integrating Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2012 R2
Microsoft System Center Replacement Tools
The Top Features of Microsoft System Center 2012
How Microsoft System Center 2012 Manages the Private Cloud
What is the Private Cloud?
Only 98 Days Left For Microsoft Windows XP!
Additional Ask SWC Posts
If you enjoy this series, check out a few of our past “Ask SWC” videos:
Ask SWC: What Is Unified Device Management?
Ask SWC: What Does Microsoft’s Windows XP Anti-Malware Extension Mean?
Ask SWC: What Is A New Technology That You Find Interesting?
Ask SWC: What’s a Great CRM Tool for Your Sales Team?
Ask SWC: What is User Enablement Training?
Ask SWC: Salesforce Goes Social with Chatter
Ask SWC: What Is The New R Feature For Tableau 8.1?
Ask SWC: What Is The SharePoint Envisioning Process